How Trump’s Attack on McCain Didn’t Go Far Enough

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for July 27 - Aug. 2, 2015.

Keep US Out of EU-style Pacific & Atlantic Unions!

The fight to preserve American independence moves on to stopping the TPP & TTIP deals.

Agenda 21 Phaseout of Single-Family Homes in Seattle?

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for July 20 - 26, 2015.

Hold Your Congressmen Accountable to the Constitution

The first Freedom Index scorecard for the 114th Congress is now available.

What’s Behind the Confederate Battle Flag Purging?

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for July 13 - 19, 2015.

  • How Trump’s Attack on McCain Didn’t Go Far Enough

    Monday, July 27 2015 14:59

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  • Keep US Out of EU-style Pacific & Atlantic Unions!

    Wednesday, July 22 2015 10:06

    Published in Legislation

  • Agenda 21 Phaseout of Single-Family Homes in Seattle?

    Monday, July 20 2015 14:56

    Published in News

  • Hold Your Congressmen Accountable to the Constitution

    Thursday, July 16 2015 13:50

    Published in Legislation

  • What’s Behind the Confederate Battle Flag Purging?

    Monday, July 13 2015 14:46

    Published in News

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Citizens of Michigan continue to press for passage of a state law that would nullify the execution of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) within the boundaries of the Great Lakes State. One such effort was begun by Michigan Representative Tom McMillin on June 14 when he introduced his bill to prevent the arrest and indefinite detention of citizens of his state under the authority of relevant provisions of the NDAA.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission is trying to force Buckyballs desk toys off the market over safety concerns, but the manufacturer is fighting back.
Drones believed to belong to the United States have been spotted flying over Somalia in violation of a UN arms embargo. President Obama has issued an executive order aiming to aid the peace and stability of that nation.
In an effort to curb an array of new regulations, House Republicans passed a bill Thursday that would shackle major federal rules until the national unemployment rate falls to six percent. Authored by Rep. Tim Griffin (R-Ark.), the legislation hones in on excessive or poorly-written rules that could halt job growth and impose burdensome costs on American businesses.
It seems as if the American elite establishment has finally discovered that our public schools are doing a lousy job of educating American children and that a drastic overhauling of the system is needed. That’s the conclusion of the Council on Foreign Relations Independent Task Force Report on U.S. Education Reform and National Security.
Mounting resistance against President Obama’s seemingly anti-oil agenda, the Republican-led House passed a bill Wednesday that would displace the administration’s new offshore drilling plan. However, the measure is doomed for failure in the Senate, which has prompted Democrats to blast the attempt as a political maneuver made by disgruntled Republicans who oppose the president’s energy policies.
The fines imposed on Barclays Bank by the British Financial Services Authority represent just the beginning of the exposure of the international banking cartel's efforts to keep interest rates low.  
Even squirrels know enough to store nuts, so that they will have something to eat when food gets scarce. But the welfare state has spawned a whole class of people who spend everything they get when times are good, and look to others to provide for their food and other basic needs when times turn bad.
We may never know what was going though Aurora shooter James Holmes’s mind when he committed his heinous mass murder. We don’t know what kind of psychosis or precisely what evil influences he might have been subject to. What we do know is that, in wanting to be the Joker and not Batman, the villainous and not the virtuous, he reflects something prevalent today: The romanticizing of evil.
Police in the south Urals region of Russia are investigating the discovery of the remains of 248 pre-born babies in a forest near Nevyansk, a town on the slopes of the Ural Mountains.
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